Gothic Lolita fashion, EGL style - La Carmina, lacarmina.com, fashion blog

  1. La Carmina - http://www.lacarmina.com/ - is an alternative Gothic fashion, pop bizarre culture, and travel TV host / production coordinator ("Taboo", "Bizarre Foods", "World's Weirdest Restaurants", "Oddities"), author of 3 books (Penguin USA and Random House), journalist, and professional blogger at lacarmina.com

    Her "La Carmina blog" about underground culture, travel and street style has a
    passionate following, and has been featured in major publications (The
    New Yorker, Cosmopolitan, Vogue, LA Times). She contributes articles
    on art, travel, culture and style to Business Insider, CNN and AOL / Huffington Post.

    La Carmina is the author of three books, including Cute Yummy Time
    (Penguin Books USA: about character bentos and food decoration) and
    Crazy, Wacky Theme Restaurants: Tokyo (Random House: stories of
    Japanese theme cafes, like maids, vampires, cats and ninjas). Speeches
    and appearances include: New York Fashion Week, Hong Kong Social Media
    Week, Luisaviaroma Italy.

    La Carmina has appeared on CBS The Doctors and The Today Show, and
    co-hosted the Japan episode of Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern for
    Travel Channel, which airs in 75 countries. NHK Japan filmed two
    documentaries about her work, including “Kawaii TV.” Recent TV hosting
    and fixing credits include Food Network, National Geographic, Pro
    Sieben, Fuel, Discovery Channel, Dutch Pepsi, Sony Australia, Canal
    Plus France, Norway TV (NRK), Mexico Tourism Board, and CNN. La
    Carmina hosts, writes, arranges and field produces her own travel TV show for Huffington Post / AOL.

    She runs a TV arranging/consulting company, La Carmina & The Pirates
    (http://www.lacarmina.com/pirates) that specializes in shows about
    travel, subcultures and Asia. The Pirates also provides coolhunting
    and consulting on Japanese street style, underground culture, and
    more.

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  2. Scottish Fold cat Basil Farrow - http://www.lacarmina.com - lives with La Carmina and is a bit of a celebrity kitty. He’s a familiar face on the Internet: his YouTube videos have hundreds of thousands of views (you can see them under the “lacarmina” YouTube channel). He also has a Facebook profile (“Basil Farrow”) and is always featured on his mom’s La Carmina blog: http://www.lacarmina.com/blog

    Basil is always gentle, curious, loves to cuddle and pose for photos (even in costumes). He’s remarkably intelligent and has never scratched or bitten anyone in his life. Like many Folds, he has a distinctive “wahh” voice, and likes to lie upside-down and stand up on his hind legs!

    Mother La Carmina is a popular underground culture & travel blogger, TV host and coordinator (Travel Channel, Food Network, CNN), author of 3 books (Penguin USA and Random House), and journalist for AOL Travel / Huffington Post. She’s well-known for her coverage of bizarre body modifications, especially Japanese bagel heads. TV hosting work includes: Travel Channel “Bizarre Foods,” Discovery TV “Oddities”, National Geographic “Taboo”, Food Network “World’s Weirdest Restaurants”, “The Doctors,” “Today Show,” Fuel TV, CNN. Her TV coordination company (http://www.lacarmina.com/pirates) worked on numerous shows about extreme body mods. Her popular alt culture/travel blog - http://www.lacarmina.com/travel.php - has a passionate online following and is featured in major publications (The New Yorker, Washington Post, WWD, Cosmopolitan, Vogue Italia, LA Times). She is a journalist for CNN, and Huffington Post / AOL, where she writes about underground travel and the latest body modifications. La Carmina wrote 3 books about bizarre Jpop culture for major publishers (Random House, Penguin USA).

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  3. Travel journalist, blogger & TV host La Carmina - http://www.lacarmina.com/travel.php - in the Maldives luxury award-winning resort, Gili Lankanfushi. See her tropical vacation including snorkeling, Mr Friday, an organic garden, romantic honeymoon villa over the water, and fresh seafood and fruit.

    Travel video presented by La Carmina, produced by Melissa Rundle and Eric Bergemann.

    ** For MORE travel tips and photos, see LaCarmina blog - http://www.lacarmina.com/blog/

    ** ADD La Carmina on her social networks:
    Twitter http://www.twitter.com/lacarmina
    Instagram http://www.instagram.com/lacarmina
    Facebook http://www.facebook.com/lacarminaofficial
    Pinterest http://www.pinterest.com/lacarmina

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    La Carmina - http://www.lacarmina.com/travel.php - is a top travel blogger, TV host ("Taboo", "Bizarre Foods", "World's Weirdest Restaurants", "Oddities") , author of 3 books (Penguin USA and Random House), and journalist for Business Insider, CNN and Huffington Post / AOL.

    Her "La Carmina blog" has a passionate young following, and has been featured in major publications (The New Yorker, Cosmopolitan, Vogue, LA Times). She contributes articles on art, travel, culture and fashion to Business Insider, CNN and AOL / Huffington Post.

    La Carmina is the author of three books, including Cute Yummy Time (Penguin Books USA: about character bentos and food decoration) and Crazy, Wacky Theme Restaurants: Tokyo (Random House: stories of Japanese theme cafes, like maids, vampires, cats and ninjas). She went on a multi-city book tour and appeared on The Today Show to speak about her works. Born and raised in Vancouver, she is a summa cum laude graduate of Columbia University, and has a JD from Yale Law School.

    La Carmina has appeared on The Doctors and The Today Show, and co-hosted the Japan episode of Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern for Travel Channel, which airs in 75 countries. NHK Japan filmed two documentaries about her work. Recent TV hosting and fixing credits include Food Network, National Geographic, Pro Sieben, Fuel, Science & Discovery Channel, Dutch Pepsi, Sony Australia, Canal Plus France, Norway TV (NRK), Mexico Tourism Board, and CNN. La Carmina hosts, writes, arranges and field produces her own travel video series filmed worldwide. Episodes include Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Hawaii, Hong Kong.

    She runs a TV fixing, arranging and consulting company (http://www.lacarmina.com/pirates) that specializes in shows about travel, subcultures and Asia. Speeches and appearances include: New York Fashion Week, Hong Kong Social Media Week, PRSA Travel & Tourism conference, Mediabistro NYC social media summit.

    La Carmina's blog. http://www.lacarmina.com/blog
    Info about her 3 books: http://www.lacarmina.com/books.php
    Her Japan TV fixer / producing company: http://www.lacarmina.com/pirates
    Her TV presenter reel: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d75XqWdi2v4

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  4. La Carmina (of top female travel blog http://www.lacarmina.com/blog) and her film crew made a travel episode about Dubai and Abu Dhabi, in the United Arab Emirates. The video features the world's biggest aquarium, tallest tower, largest shopping mall and more luxury. La Carmina's video is published on Business Insider with over 300,000 views and counting!

    See La Carmina's travel journalism on Business Insider -
    http://www.businessinsider.com/dubai-is-a-luxurious-travel-destination-2013-10

    BIO - La Carmina is a popular travel and fashion blogger, TV host (National Geographic, Discovery Channel), travel and culture journalist (Huffington Post, AOL, CNN), coolhunter, and author of Cute Yummy Time and Crazy, Wacky Theme Restaurants: Tokyo (published with Random House and Penguin Books).

    Her popular blog on alt youth travel, subcultures and street style has been featured in major media (New Yorker, LA Times, Washington Post). Journalism writing work includes: CNN, Huffington Post, AOL, Business Insider. LaCarmina heads a coolhunting firm that provides consulting and TV hosting, Japan fixing and production arranging mainly in Tokyo. She is a graduate of Columbia University and Yale Law School.

    La Carmina is flown worldwide to speak and attend events, including press trips to Dubai, Maldives, Eastern Europe, Phoenix, Macau, Mexico, Hong Kong. She has a large online following, with a popular site and social networks (100,000+ total). Speeches include Social Media Week, PRSA Travel & Tourism conference, Mediabistro social network summit, New York Fashion Week..

    La Carmina has years of on-camera travel TV hosting experience (Food Network, Today Show, Travel Channel, NHK Japan, Dutch Pepsi, Sony Australia, Canal Plus France, Discovery, National Geographic, CNN). She also hosts and produces her own travel video series for AOL / Huffington Post. See her TV hosting reel: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d75XqWdi2v4

    For travel guides, email, contact and more, please visit: http://www.lacarmina.com/travel.php

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  5. La Carmina (top travel vlogger at http://www.lacarmina.com travel blog) explores mysterious Morocco! Watch her get henna tattoos, visit female run bakeries and argan oil collectives, and stay with a Berber family in a cultural homestay. Footage includes vendors at the square of the dead, Fez medina, and top hotels Palais Faraj Fes and Royal Mansour Marrakesh.

    Filmed, produced and directed by Borderless Media (http://www.borderlessmedia.tv)

    La Carmina is a top ranked blogger, journalist - for publications like Huffington Post, Businsss Insider, Yahoo - digital / social media influencer, and travel TV host. La Carmina has appeared on shows for National Geographic, Food Network, Discovery, Travel Channel and more. Her female travel blogs are very popular and filmed worldwide, and her TV hosting credits include Bizarre Foods, Oddities, Could I Live There (a House Hunters travel program) and more.

    She has filmed travel TV shows and vlogs in locations including Abu Dhabi, Reykjavik, Cape Town, Taipei, Seoul, Croatia, Zagreb, Belgrade and more.

    --- LA CARMINA SOCIAL MEDIA & EMAIL ADDRESS ---
    See more on La Carmina blog: http://www.lacarmina.com/blog
    Email her via http://www.lacarmina.com/blog/contact
    Follow @LaCarmina on Snapchat and Twitter
    Add her Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/lacarmina
    La Carmina on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/lacarminaofficial

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Gothic Lolita fashion, EGL style - La Carmina, lacarmina.com, fashion blog

La Carmina lacarmina

La Carmina is a professional Goth Japan streetwear and pop culture blogger, TV host
(Travel Channel, Food Network, CNN), author of 3 books (Penguin USA
and Random House), and journalist for AOL Travel / Huffington
Post.

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La Carmina is a professional Goth Japan streetwear and pop culture blogger, TV host
(Travel Channel, Food Network, CNN), author of 3 books (Penguin USA
and Random House), and journalist for AOL Travel / Huffington
Post.

BLOGGER & JOURNALIST: Her popular blog - http://www.lacarmina.com/blog
- has been featured in major publications (The New Yorker, Washington
Post, WWD, Cosmopolitan, Vogue Italia, LA Times). She is a travel and
pop culture journalist for CNN, and Huffington Post / AOL. La Carmina
has a large, passionate online following, and was twice invited to
Luisaviaroma's Italy event for the world's top fashion bloggers. She
was a guest at NY Fashion Week 2012, where she sat front row and spoke
at IFB Conference. She spoke about travel video and
social media at PRSA Travel and Tourism Conference, and Mediabistro's
social curation summit.

AUTHOR: She's written 3 books about Jpop culture for major publishers
(Random House, Penguin USA). These include Cute Yummy Time (about
decorating food to look adorable) and Crazy, Wacky Theme Restaurants:
Tokyo (maid cafes, cat cafes, vampire and ninja restaurants). La
Carmina is a graduate of Columbia University and Yale Law School. More
about her books: http://www.lacarmina.com/books.php

TV HOST: La Carmina has appeared on The Today Show and co-hosted an
episode of Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern for Travel Channel, which
airs in 75 countries. NHK Japan filmed two documentaries about her work;
recent TV hosting and arranging credits include Food Network, Dutch Pepsi, Sony
Australia, Canal Plus France, Belgium TV, Norway TV, Fuel / Discovery
/ National Geographic, and CNN International. Hosting reel:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d75XqWdi2v4

TRAVEL SHOW: She hosts, writes, arranges and field produces a
"Coolhunting America" travel TV show for Huffington Post / AOL. La
Carmina travels and scouts out underground attractions and bizarre
subcultures, starting with Wisconsin.

COOLHUNTER : She runs a trend consulting / TV hosting and arranging
company: La Carmina & The Pirates. The crew specializes in Cool
Japan, cosplay, fashion, music, art and
youth subcultures. (http://lacarmina.com/pirates)

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